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Low-Price Laptops

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by YounB, Apr 23, 2015.

  1. YounB

    YounB Helper Staff Member Helper

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    The thread title says it all. I am looking for a low priced laptop for me to purchase (low price = ~£200 give or take £50) which can run Minecraft well (50+ FPS). I currently am using a worthless Dell Latitude E5410 with an Intel Core i3 which I have used for like 5 years now. It had a virus, and makes it MORE slow than it already is. :///// So yeah, would be great if you can link either A) A Website to find laptops easily B) A link to the website itself. Thanks a lot if you help :) Younis :>>
     
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    Aimee2323 Sr. Mod Staff Member Sr. Moderator

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    Acer ones are usually good, too lazy to give a precise link but yeah.. Just go to pc world or something..
     
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    I don't know any shops in the UK, but look for an Acer Aspire, they are usually not that expensive, but run games very well.
     
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    I doubt you could get 50+ fps for £200 and under, depends what settings you have those on.
    Thing is, the higher the specs on the laptop, the more pricey it is, because it's harder to compress such high tech hardware into such a small space without the laptop overheating so easily, that's why gaming laptops are so expensive, If you want too, you should try for a desktop.

    When you're looking, look for something with at least 2.2GHz+ possibly quad core if you can.
     
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    you could buy a second hand laptop/ refurbished and get a better deal, that would be a good way to go. But depends on if u want to do that. Look on the CEX website, i buy tons of dvds and tech of there and its always good. They sell laptops phones tech everthing, good luck on your search, if u need more help tell me! :-D James Lawrence
     
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    acer is good. i have i3 and have 120+ fps sometimes